Roberta had just been dumped by her boyfriend. Sergio was seeing someone on the side. Carly…, well, Carly does what Carly does. Floyd, a big man who was overweight and overworked, was also in for a huge surprise. Jerome had his eyes set on a new employee down from LA. Robby, who had other troubles, was able to learn from and come to the aid of Darin, who was struggling in his new job.
“It’s like herding cats,” Martin was thinking. “They don’t pay me enough.”
Can it blow up? Of course. Can you get hurt? You bet. Will you get enough training to make sure you don’t get hurt? Probably not.
Keep your eyes open. Look for the first signs of trouble. Catch it before it grows into something unmanageable. On call twenty four-seven, a dark side lingers to any day off. When will the call come in? Where will I have to go? What’s waiting for me when I get there?
This is more than a story about drug abuse. It is about a group of individuals that are paid to work together to get a job done. Some will stay with it. Others cannot. They all have stories to tell.
This is for the working class. Read on.
|Publisher:||D. D. Riessen|
|File size:||400 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Dave's work revels with the fanciful, ponders the inscrutable and enigmatic, and examines the human character.